Read about Amanda Stern, mental health advocate and the curator for this week’s “Anxiously Yours” program:
A timely read to consider for our program with Dr. Achuta Kadambi.
The future is in wastewater! Upcoming ALOUD on Science guest Dr. William Tarpeh reimagines water conservation. Read up on this trailblazing science.
How is California’s favorite burger impacting the environment? Get familiar with soon-to-be ALOUD on Science moderator Deborah Netburn’s work.
The latest on immunotherapy!
Check out this interview with LA Time’s science and medicine editor, Karen Kaplan, who will be featured in the new ALOUD on Science series’ first program!
“The library is a gathering pool of narratives and of the people who come to find them. It is where we can glimpse immortality; in the library, we can live forever,” writes Susan Orlean in her newest work, The Library Book. The New Yorker staff writer and author of seven books, including Rin Tin Tin […]
At its core, the public library is an enthusiastic collector: a repository of books, a keeper of history, a holder of information, a gathering place for all. Libraries collect to advance and share knowledge, and to strengthen communities through a vast compilation of resources. For the first time in its long history of collecting, the […]
Jonathan Gold contributed this essay about Saint Estèphe for the book To Live and Dine in L.A.: Menus and the Making of the Modern City. The book was part of the special exhibition “To Live and Dine in L.A.” that was hosted at Central Library in 2015. If you had visited Saint Estèphe […]
“This is the story of the most important and emblematic environmental and public health disaster of this young century. More bluntly, it is the story of a government poisoning its own citizens, and then lying about it. It is a story about what happens when the very people responsible for keeping us safe care more […]
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